Ways of Drawing - Mini Drawing Marathon & Drinks Reception
Free evening Drawing Marathon
Shoreditch studios: 5 – 7pm
To celebrate the release of the Royal Drawing School’s first book, Ways of Drawing: Artists’ Perspectives and Practices (Thames & Hudson), join us for a free Drawing Marathon, taking over our Shoreditch studios for one evening. Six courses will run from our three studios, each course taught by a member of Royal Drawing School faculty who contributed to the book. Bringing the book to life, the courses will reflect the three main sections of Ways of Drawing; Studio Space, Inner Space and Open Space. Students select two courses, each lasting 45 minutes with a 15 minute break in between.
This is a free event, but booking online is required. Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. There are 60 spaces available.
Tickets are fully booked now, but please do come along to the drinks reception and pick up your copy of Ways of Drawing, available to purchase on the night for £25.
Drinks receptionShoreditch gallery, 6 – 8pm
After the Marathon, all students are invited to join tutors and some of the book’s contributors for a drinks reception in the ground floor gallery where The Drawing Year End of Year Exhibition 2018-19 will be on display. For those who are not able to attend the Marathon, we welcome you to join us for the drinks reception from 6pm.
Ways of Drawing: Artists’ Perspectives and Practices will be available to buy at a discounted rate for this evening only (RRP: £29.95). If you can't wait until the 5th to get your hands on a book, you can purchase your copy here.
When buying a copy of Ways of Drawing through the School, you are directly supporting our programmes.
Mini Marathon Schedule
5pm – 5:45pm
Studio 1 – Dilip Sur – Being Drawing / Drawing the Inner State
Studio 2 – Marcus Cornish – Drawing as Sculpture / Drawing the Life Model from a 3D perspective
Studio 3 – Ann Dowker – Gallery as Visual Dictionary / Drawing from Art
15 minute break
6pm – 6:45pm
Studio 1 – Constanza Dessain – The Air Around the Figure / Drawing the Figure and a sense of space
Studio 2 – Ishbel Myerscough – Focusing on the Individual / Portrait
Studio 3 – Martin Shortis – The Point of Perspective / Bringing the Outside into the Studio